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emphasis on reducing unequality and governor romney puts more emphasis on growth. they tell you we want everything and governor romney might say something about inequality, but broadly speaking that implies probably somewhat forward growth under president obama, maybe not for middle income americans and faster growth under romney. although, of course, we don't know exactly romney's plan but i think what he has in mind is a big tax cut, reagan/bush like, hopefully improving the tax system. i don't know if he could really believe that that would balance the budget or be neutral right away. but i think he believes he can much improve growth and over the long run things would balance out. and president obama says that we're well into this housing is picking up, and things are gradually healing. if you're patient, things will be a lot better under me too. >> what about the fiscal cliff. we're obviously going off the fiscal cliff at the end of the year when the tax cuts expire and we'll see a huge tax increase for 90% of the country, all income levels, then you're going to see spending progra
of the presidency. what obama or romney would mean to the markets and ththe ececon >>> th the bombshell accusations by a banker turned whistle-blower. my interview with greg smith about why he left one of the most prestigious financial firms in the world and the chcharges makes. whwhat was the last straw for y? >>> cooking up the formula for success for small businesses. the difference between the winners and losers th"wall street journal rort" begins right now. >>> here's a look at what is making news as we head in to a new week on wall street. encouraging news about the economy. the gdp grew at a better than expected rate, up 2 for the third quarter. the gdp is the broadest overall measure of the size and strength of the u.s. economy. economists were expecting a growth rate of 1.8%. the number buoyed by an increase in consumer spending and stronger housing market. the air went out of stocks midweek. the dow fell 250 points on wednesday after poor earnings news and the market was flat later in the week. big multinationals did not farewell in earnings. caterpillar missed revenues and dupont fell sh
money and the election. the power of the presidency. what obama or romney would mean to the markets or economy. then the bombshell accusations by a banker turned whistle employeer. my interview with greg smith about why he left one of the most prestigious firms in world and the charges he makes. and cooking up the formula for success for small businesses. "wall street journal" report begins right now. >> here's a look at what's making news as we head into a new week. some encouraging news about the economy. the cross domestic product grew up 2%. the broadest overall measure. economists were expecting a growth rate of 1.8%, the number booming by increase in spending and stronger housing market. the dow falling nearly 250 points on tuesday after poor earnings news an the market was plate later in the week. big multinationals did not farewell. guidance was light. boeing and proctor and gamble beat expectations. among technology and internet company, yahoo! and facebook beat expectations -- the company introducing the ipad mini, smaller and lighter than the full size ipad and listing fo
start to the week the markets bounced back after positive economic data and what some called a romney rally following the presidential debate. the market was mixed on friday. the the auto sales are powering . on an annualized basis, sales hit 15 million units. the best number since march of 2008. gm and ford posted flat numbers but chrysler, toyota and volkswagen were strong. >>> a major milestone for facebook. the social website passed the -- the stock is down 38% 40%. >>> there's no such thing as a foolish question about money, the markets or the economy. so says my next guest tom gardner, ceo of "the motley fool." thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> we got the numbers out on friday showing 114,000 new jobs created for the month. the unemployment rate the lowest in 3 1/2 years 7.8%. were you surprised by the numbers? what do you think it tells us where we are in the recovery. >> this is good news, no question. i think there are a couple of things to remember. first you get the context. we're 7.8% unemployment. historically over the last 60 years it has been 5.8%
Search Results 0 to 10 of about 11 (some duplicates have been removed)